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Bilateral cochlear implantation in Friedreich's ataxia: A case study

With an incidence of 1:29 000 among Caucasians, Friedreich's ataxia (FRDA) is the most common inherited ataxia, leading to both sensory and motor degeneration. Despite many FRDA patients exhibiting normal or near normal sound detection thresholds, many individuals show abnormal neural conduction along their central auditory pathways.

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